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* Is This a Sign of Old Age?

I was taking the usual drive to my Friday yoga class in Media PA this morning, when I encountered something interesting coming towards me on the road.

It was a magnificent specimen, but it definitely wasn’t a sad encounter this time.

It looked something like this:

man running

 

I said out loud “Thank you God!” and chuckled all the way to the studio.

Is mindful lusting a sign of old age?…

 

p.s. For all you watchers out there – travel south on Route 252 around 9.00am between West Chester Pike and Gradyville Road.

About Val Boyko

Val Boyko is originally from Scotland and came to the United States over 25 years ago. At "Find Your Middle Ground" Val brings together her experience as a life coach, yoga teacher and mentor, to inspire awakening to the light and inspiration within us all. This blog is a place of exploration and discovery as we all explore finding harmony and peace, in the highs and lows of life 💛

35 comments on “* Is This a Sign of Old Age?

  1. soulspeak2013

    Thanks Val for the genuine laugh…such an authentic gratitude!!!💜

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  2. Mindful lusting is a sign that you appreciate a fine specimen of the human species and the older one gets, the more you notice I can assure you (as I’m in my 60s).

    Thanks for putting a smile on my face this morning.

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  3. As a knowledgeable man in such things… 🙂 …you are in your prime….so to speak

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    • I appreciate your acknowledgment and appreciation Gary! We fellow travellers through life must support each other … And our fantasies sometimes 💝

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  4. I must say you are truly old when you stop looking or appreciating. So in my book, you have a way to go yet. But then, I think it’s more a state of mind then age. I stopped looking many years ago.

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  5. Oh my! I might have run off the road. You’re hilarious, Val! xo

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  6. Ha ha ha. Luscious 🙂

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  7. I will always take 252 now, 320 has nothing like this.

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  8. Double amen from here!!!

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  9. Ha! We should enjoy the view while we can still see it. 🙏🏻😀😍

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  10. I thought you meant the running. Since my running years were my 40s and 50s I got a bit worried 🙂

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  11. You wicked woman! 😉

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  12. Haha!! To say I was shocked when I scrolled down doesn’t begin to cover it…to say I laughed my butt off…DOES!! 🙂 I find it interesting how age seems to make the mind shift from “Oh yes” to “Oh my!” Loves this, Val ♡

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  13. I think, that you are just able to appreciate and absolutely not old, Val 🙂
    Too far away from here….

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  14. Just a signal that you are alive and living the moment. 😏

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  15. Well, if it is a sign of old age, at least it’s a good one! (And thanks for sharing! That photo certainly brightened my day!)

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  16. I don’t believe you are ever too old to enjoy such views. 😊

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  17. Nothing like a bit of mindful lusting!! Definitely wished I’d been there for the view!!

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  18. Haha! Thanks for the chuckle! Esther

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